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Vacancy – HQ Cadet Administrative Assistant Clwyd and Gwynedd Army Cadet Force (ACF)

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A vacancy has arisen for a HQ Cadet Administrative Assistant (Crown Servant, Pay Band E1).  The post covers the Counties of Clwyd and Gwynedd and the successful applicant will be based at the ACF HQ office at Kinmel Park Camp near Rhyl but will also be expected to work from the satellite office in Bethesda, Gwynedd.

 

The salary band currently starts at £22,780 per annum on an all hours worked contract. This includes an enhancement to offset the unsocial working hours and for hours worked in excess of standard hours.

 

There is a CARE Pension scheme in place.

 

The successful candidate will be entitled to 25-30 days annual leave allowance depending upon previous service with either the Armed Forces or another Government Department in addition to 9 Public and Privilege holidays.

 

The successful candidate will be required to serve a probationary period of six months and final confirmation of the appointment is dependent upon the satisfactory completion of this probationary period.

 

The successful candidate will be required to be Security Cleared (SC) and have an Enhanced Disclosure check completed from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

 

Completed application forms (which must be accompanied by CVs) are required by not later than Monday, 5th February 2018 but we reserve the right to close the application process if a suitable number of applicants apply before this date. Interviews for those shortlisted are intending to take place on Wednesday, 21st February 2018 at the Kinmel HQ.

 

Application packs and job descriptions are available by emailing Rick Hallett at wa-finance@rfca.mod.uk

 

References should NOT be forwarded with completed applications.

 

 

Swydd Wag - Cynorthwyydd Gweinyddol Cadetiaid Pencadlys Llu Gadlanciau’r Fyddin Clwyd a Gwynedd

 

Mae cyfle wedi codi ar gyfer Cynorthwyydd Gweinyddol Cadetiaid (Gweinydd y Goron, Band Cyflog E1). Mae'r swydd yn cwmpasu Siroedd Clwyd a Gwynedd a bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus yn gweithio yn swyddfa Pencadlys ACF yng Ngwersyll Parc Kinmel ger y Rhyl, ond bydd disgwyl iddynt hefyd weithio o'r swyddfa ym Methesda, Gwynedd.
 

Ar hyn o bryd mae'r band cyflog yn dechrau ar £22,780 y flwyddyn ar gontract gweithio bob awr. Mae hyn yn cynnwys arian ychwanegol i wrthbwyso'r oriau gwaith anghymdeithasol ac ar gyfer oriau gweithio’n ychwanegol.
 

Mae cynllun pensiwn CARE ar gael.
 

Bydd gan yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus hawl i gael lwfans gwyliau blynyddol o 25-30 diwrnod yn dibynnu ar wasanaeth blaenorol gyda naill ai’r Lluoedd Arfog, neu Adran Llywodraeth arall yn ogystal â 9 o wyliau Cyhoeddus a Braint.

Bydd disgwyl i'r ymgeisydd llwyddiannus gwblhau cyfnod prawf o chwe mis, a bydd cadarnhad terfynol y penodiad yn dibynnu ar berfformiad boddhaol yr ymgeisydd yn ystod y cyfnod hwn.
 

Bydd yn ofynnol i'r ymgeisydd llwyddiannus fod â chliriaeth diogelwch (SC), a ddisgwyl iddynt hefyd gwblhau Gwiriad Datgeliad Manwl o'r Gwasanaeth Datgelu a Gwahardd (DBS).
 

Y dyddiad cau am geisiadau yw dydd Llun, 5 Chwefror 2018, ond rydym yn cadw’r hawl i beidio derbyn ceisiadau os dderbynnir nifer addas o geisiadau cymwys cyn y dyddiad hwn. Rhaid cynnwys CV ynghlwm â’ch cais.
 

Disgwylir i gyfweliadau ar gyfer y rhai sydd ar y rhestr fer cael eu cynnal ar ddydd Mercher, 21 Chwefror 2018 ym Mhencadlys Kinmel.
 

Mae pecynnau cais a swydd ddisgrifiad ar gael trwy e-bostio Rick Hallett ar wa-finance@rfca.mod.uk
 

Ni ddylid anfon geirdaon gyda cheisiadau wedi'u cwblhau.

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